10 easy steps to customizing an Outlook 2010 form

Applies to: Outlook 2013 Outlook forms can streamline your email chores -- especially when they're designed with your needs in mind. This walk-through shows how easy it is to set up your own custom forms. Creating a custom Outlook form ...

Add Disclaimers to Messages

Applies to: Office 365 A disclaimer is text that's automatically added to e-mail messages. Disclaimers are typically used to provide legal information, warnings about unknown or unverified senders, or for other reasons as determined by an organization. Here's an example ...

How to copy Microsoft Outlook custom views to backup or share

Applies to: Outlook 2013, Exchange 2007 - 2013 Outlook has two types of views, a global views that is available to all folders of a specific types and a folder-only view that is visible when you view only that folder. ...

Find Forms command in ribbon of Outlook 2010/2013

Applies to: Outlook 2013 You can't find out the Forms command until we show Developer tab in Outlook 2010 and 2013. Therefore, we will guide you through the process to show the Developer Tab on the Ribbon: ·         Click theFile ...

A Step-By-Step Guide to Getting Better Tech Support

When you need help fixing your computer, the last thing you want is a communication problem. Before you call tech support or file a bug report, there are a few things you should do to make sure you get the ...

The importance of a clean computer

Not many people bother to maintain their computers free of dust nor do they consider the importance of keeping a clean computer.  The main factor in a clean computer is the benefit it provides. Computers have many little areas where ...

What would happen if you lost your data, building, or a key employee?

Are you prepared for the unexpected? Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery are words your IT department throws around but do you understand what they mean? The idea isn’t just backing up your data and it isn’t just information Technology.  What ...

Do you know where your employees are surfing?

It’s 4:00 PM – Do you know where your employees are Surfing? Do you know what your employees are doing on the Web? At a minimum, they're probably goofing off watching YouTube videos. At worst, they could be steering your ...

Do you have a Mobile Device Policy for your Employees?

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) can be from a user using there smart phone or Tablet on the company network, to a user bringing in his or her own laptop. BYOD habits are all about finding the fastest and most ...

Is Gmail (FREEmail) the best option for your Business

While researching new technology for our current customers I kept coming across blogs advocating the use of Gmail for small businesses, and I needed to share this with everyone I knew. The articles were varied but most centered on a ...